Here are some activities to try this week.
Tomorrow we had planned to celebrate our annual Sports Day but for obvious reasons we are unable to go ahead with our plans.
However, instead of focusing on what we can’t do, why not turn the situation into a positive one and create your own ‘Sports Day’ at home?
You could race against members of your family, you could try and beat your own scores or you could just join in for fun!
Here are some suggested race activities:
Or you could always create your own amazing races!
Don’t forget to email your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mr O’Brien asked the children in school to work on a project for Whitburn Church. The theme is “Hope for the Future”. As part of this task, we have been writing our hopes for the future on doves which will be displayed on the railings outside the church.
If you would like to contribute a “Hope” you can send your message to email@example.com and I will pop it on a dove for you. Alternatively, I have attached the dove template below for you to write the message on yourself.
Spotted this beautiful clip and it summed up perfectly how the Foundation Stage Staff are feeling. Even when you are not in school, we are still with you EYFS ❤️
Hope you all enjoy 🙂
Just a reminder that entries for the ‘Great North Run’ T-Shirt Competition must be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by 12pm on Tuesday 19th May, or they will not be entered into the competition.
Thank you for the designs I have received so far; they have been amazing!
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To celebrate VE Day and Deaf Awareness Week, I have signed part of the beautiful song “We’ll Meet Again” by Vera Lynn.
Remember you can send us photos and videos to email@example.com to let us know how you have celebrated today.